SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™    FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT        IBM CORPORATION IBM XIV® STORAGE SYSTEM GEN3           SPC-2/E™ V...
First Edition – October 2011THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS DISTRIBUTED ON AN ASIS BASIS WITHOUT ANY WARRANT...
Table of ContentsAudit Certification.........................................................................................
SPC-2 Tests, Test Phases, Test Run Sequences, and Test Runs ..............................27  Large File Processing Test.....
SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response    Time Graph................................
SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average    Data Rate per Stream Graph .................
SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) READ-WRITE Chart and Data Table ...........77  SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) REA...
Video on Demand Delivery, Large File Processing Test, Large Database Query  Tests, and Persistence Test Run 1................
AUDIT CERTIFICATIONSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4   FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT   Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corpo...
AUDIT CERTIFICATION (CONT.)SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4   FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT   Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011I...
AUDIT CERTIFICATION (CONT.)SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4   FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT   Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011I...
LETTER OF GOOD FAITHSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4   FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT   Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corp...
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The Physical Storage Capacity consisted of 360,071.080 GB distributed over 180 disk drives each with a formatted capacity of 2,000.399 GB. There was 3,179.727 GB (0.88%) of Unused Storage within the Physical Storage Capacity. Global Storage Overhead consisted of 5,491.891 GB (1.53%) of the Physical Storage Capacity. There was 0.000 GB (0.00%) of Unused Storage within the Configured Storage Capacity.

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SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT

  1. 1. SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT IBM CORPORATION IBM XIV® STORAGE SYSTEM GEN3 SPC-2/E™ V1.4Submitted for Review: October 19, 2011 Submission Identifier: BE00001
  2. 2. First Edition – October 2011THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS DISTRIBUTED ON AN ASIS BASIS WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. The use of thisinformation or the implementation of any of these techniques is the customer’sresponsibility and depends on the customer’s ability to evaluate and integrate them into thecustomer’s operational environment. While each item has been reviewed by IBMCorporation for accuracy in a specific situation, there is no guarantee that the same orsimilar results will be obtained elsewhere. Customers attempting to adapt these techniquesto their own environment do so at their own risk.This publication was produced in the United States. IBM Corporation may not offer theproducts, services, or features discussed in this document in other countries, and theinformation is subject to change with notice. Consult your local IBM Corporationrepresentative for information on products and services available in your area.© Copyright IBM Corporation 2011. All rights reserved.Permission is hereby granted to reproduce this document in whole or in part, provided thecopyright notice as printed above is set forth in full text on the title page of each itemreproduced.TrademarksSPC Benchmark 2, SPC-2, SPC-2 MBPS, and SPC-2 Price-Performance are trademarks ofthe Storage Performance Council. IBM, the IBM logo, and XIV are trademarks or registeredtrademarks of IBM Corporation in the United States and other countries. All other brands,trademarks, and product names are the property of their respective owners.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  3. 3. Table of ContentsAudit Certification..................................................................................................... 9Audit Certification (cont.) ...................................................................................... 10Audit Certification (cont.) ...................................................................................... 11Letter of Good Faith ................................................................................................ 12Executive Summary................................................................................................. 13 Test Sponsor and Contact Information.........................................................................13 Revision Information and Key Dates ............................................................................13 Tested Storage Product (TSP) Description..................................................................13 SPC-2 Reported Data.........................................................................................................14 Storage Capacities and Relationships ..........................................................................15 Differences between the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) and Priced Storage Configuration.......................................................................................................16 SPC-2/E Reported Data .....................................................................................................17 Priced Storage Configuration Pricing ..........................................................................19 Differences between the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) and Priced Storage Configuration.......................................................................................................19 Priced Storage Configuration Diagram ........................................................................20 Priced Storage Configuration Components.................................................................20Configuration Information .................................................................................... 21 Benchmark Configuration (BC)/Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) Diagram.21 Storage Network Configuration .....................................................................................21 Host System and Tested Storage Configuration Table .............................................21 Benchmark Configuration/Tested Storage Configuration Diagram......................22 Host System and Tested Storage Configuration Components ................................22 Customer Tunable Parameters and Options ...............................................................23 Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) Description ......................................................23 SPC-2 Workload Generator Storage Configuration ...................................................23SPC-2 Data Repository............................................................................................ 24 SPC-2 Storage Capacities and Relationships ..............................................................24 SPC-2 Storage Capacities ..................................................................................................24 SPC-2 Storage Hierarchy Ratios .......................................................................................25 SPC-2 Storage Capacities and Relationships Illustration ...............................................25 Storage Capacity Utilization ...........................................................................................26 Logical Volume Capacity and ASU Mapping ...............................................................26SPC-2 Test Execution Results ............................................................................... 27SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  4. 4. SPC-2 Tests, Test Phases, Test Run Sequences, and Test Runs ..............................27 Large File Processing Test...............................................................................................30 SPC-2 Workload Generator Commands and Parameters................................................30 SPC-2 Test Results File .....................................................................................................31 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rates (MB/s) ...............................................31 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rates Graph ...............................................32 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rate per Stream .........................................33 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rate per Stream Graph .............................34 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Response Time.....................................................35 SPC-2 Large File Processing Average Response Time Graph .........................................36 Large File Processing Test – WRITE ONLY Test Phase ...............................................37 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/WRITE ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ..............................................................................................38 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only ..............................................................38 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph......................................................................................................39 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................39 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ..............................................................................................40 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .......................................................................40 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ..............................................................................................................41 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ WRITE ONLY /256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................41 Large File Processing Test – READ-WRITE Test Phase ...............................................42 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ READ-WRITE/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run .....................................................................................43 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/ READ-WRITE/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only ..............................................................43 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ..............................................................................................................44 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................44 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ..............................................................................................45 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .......................................................................45 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ..............................................................................................................46SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  5. 5. SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ-WRITE/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................46 Large File Processing Test – READ ONLY Test Phase .................................................47 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ..............................................................................................48 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .......................................................................48 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ..............................................................................................................49 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................49 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ..............................................................................................50 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .......................................................................50 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ..............................................................................................................51 SPC-2 “Large File Processing/READ ONLY/256 KiB Transfer Size” Average Response Time Graph.........................................................................................................................51 Large Database Query Test..............................................................................................52 SPC-2 Workload Generator Commands and Parameters................................................52 SPC-2 Test Results File .....................................................................................................52 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Data Rates (MB/s) .............................................53 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Data Rates Graph..............................................53 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Data Rate per Stream .......................................54 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Data Rate per Stream Graph............................54 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Response Time...................................................55 SPC-2 Large Database Query Average Response Time Graph .......................................55 Large Database Query Test – 1024 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Test Phase ........................56 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ............................................................................57 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .....................................................57 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ............................................................................................58 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Response Time Graph ........................................................................................................58 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run ............................................................................59 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only .....................................................59SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  6. 6. SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph ............................................................................................60 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/1024 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Response Time Graph ........................................................................................................60 Large Database Query Test – 64 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Test Phase ............................61 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run .....................................................................................62 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only ..............................................................62 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph......................................................................................................63 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/4 Outstanding I/Os” Average Response Time Graph ........................................................................................................63 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate Graph – Complete Test Run .....................................................................................64 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate Graph – Measurement Interval (MI) Only ..............................................................64 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Data Rate per Stream Graph......................................................................................................65 SPC-2 “Large Database Query/64 KiB Transfer Size/1 Outstanding I/O” Average Response Time Graph ........................................................................................................65 Video on Demand Delivery Test .....................................................................................66 SPC-2 Workload Generator Commands and Parameters................................................66 SPC-2 Test Results File .....................................................................................................67 SPC-2 Video on Demand Delivery Test Run Data ...........................................................67 Video on Demand Delivery Test – TEST RUN DATA BY INTERVAL ..............................68 SPC-2 Video on Demand Delivery Average Data Rate Graph ........................................69 SPC-2 Video on Demand Delivery Average Data Rate per Stream Graph.....................69 SPC-2 Video on Demand Delivery Average Response Time Graph ................................70 SPC-2 Video on Demand Delivery Maximum Response Time Graph .............................70 Data Persistence Test........................................................................................................71 SPC-2 Workload Generator Commands and Parameters................................................71 Data Persistence Test Results File ...................................................................................71 Data Persistence Test Results...........................................................................................72Priced Storage Configuration Availability Date............................................... 73Anomalies or Irregularities ................................................................................... 73SPC-2/E Reported Data and Charts ..................................................................... 74 SPC-2/E Idle Test Chart and Data Table.......................................................................74 SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) Reported Data................................................75 SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) WRITE ONLY Chart and Data Table............76SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  7. 7. SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) READ-WRITE Chart and Data Table ...........77 SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) READ ONLY Chart and Data Table .............78 SPC-2/E Large Database Query (LDQ) Reported Data..............................................79 SPC-2/E Large Database Query (LDQ) 1024 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Chart and Data Table ......................................................................................................................................80 SPC-2/E Large Database Query (LDQ) 64 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Chart and Data Table ......................................................................................................................................81 SPC-2/E Video on Demand Delivery (VOD) Reported Data......................................82 SPC-2/E Video on Demand Delivery (VOD) Chart and Data Table.........................83Appendix A: SPC-2 Glossary ................................................................................. 84 “Decimal” (powers of ten) Measurement Units ............................................................84 “Binary” (powers of two) Measurement Units..............................................................84 SPC-2 Data Repository Definitions ................................................................................84 SPC-2 Data Protection Levels .........................................................................................85 SPC-2 Test Execution Definitions ..................................................................................85 I/O Completion Types ........................................................................................................88 SPC-2 Test Run Components ...........................................................................................88Appendix B: Customer Tunable Parameters and Options............................. 89Appendix C: Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) Creation ......................... 90 Step 1. Create two storage pools, each with capacity 79,656 GB ............................90 Step 2. Create 45 volumes in each pool (volume capacity 1,755 GB) ......................90 Step 3. Define 3 hosts which will have access to the volumes .................................91 Step 4. Define mappings such that each host has access to each volume.............91 Step 5. Define WWPNs for use by each host.................................................................96 AIX Configuration ..............................................................................................................96Appendix D: SPC-2 Workload Generator Storage Commands andParameters ................................................................................................................ 97 Common Entries .................................................................................................................97 SPC-2 Logical Volume Initialization and Pre-Idle Phase .......................................102 Post-Idle Phase .................................................................................................................102 Large File Processing Test (LFP) .................................................................................102 Large Database Query Test (LDQ) ...............................................................................103 Video on Demand Delivery Test (VOD).......................................................................103 Persistence Test Run 1 (write phase) ..........................................................................103 Persistence Test Run 2 (read phase) ...........................................................................104Appendix E: SPC-2 Workload Generator Execution Commands andParameters .............................................................................................................. 105SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  8. 8. Video on Demand Delivery, Large File Processing Test, Large Database Query Tests, and Persistence Test Run 1................................................................................105 Persistence Test Run 2....................................................................................................105SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  9. 9. AUDIT CERTIFICATIONSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  10. 10. AUDIT CERTIFICATION (CONT.)SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  11. 11. AUDIT CERTIFICATION (CONT.)SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  12. 12. LETTER OF GOOD FAITHSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  13. 13. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 13 of 105EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTest Sponsor and Contact Information Test Sponsor and Contact Information Test Sponsor IBM Corporation – http://www.ibm.com Primary Contact Bruce McNutt bmcnutt@us.ibm.com 650 Harry Road San Jose, CA 95120 Phone: (408) 927-2717 FAX: (408) 927-2050 IBM Corporation – http://www.ibm.com Test Sponsor Yijie Zhang yijie@us.ibm.com Alternate Contact 9000 Rita Road IBM Mail Drop 9042-2 Tucson, AZ 85744 Phone: (520) 799-5843 FAX: (520) 799-2009 Storage Performance Council – http://www.storageperformance.org Auditor Walter E. Baker – AuditService@StoragePerformance.org 643 Bair Island Road, Suite 103 Redwood City, CA 94063 Phone: (650) 556-9384 FAX: (650) 556-9385Revision Information and Key Dates Revision Information and Key Dates SPC-2 Specification revision number V1.4 SPC-2 Workload Generator revision number V1.0 Date Results were first used publicly October 19, 2011 Date FDR was submitted to the SPC October 19, 2011 Date the TSC will be available for shipment to customers October 31, 2011 Date the TSC completed audit certification October 19, 2011Tested Storage Product (TSP) DescriptionThe IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3 is a versatile, high-end disk storage solution with aninnovative grid architecture that can provide clients excellent performance and scalabilitywhile significantly reducing costs and complexity. XIV includes automated data placementthat needs no tuning as application workloads change.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  14. 14. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 14 of 105SPC-2 Reported DataSPC-2 Reported Data consists of three groups of information:  The following SPC-2 Primary Metrics, which characterize the overall benchmark result:  SPC-2 MBPS™  SPC-2 Price Performance  Application Storage Unit (ASU) Capacity  Supplemental data to the SPC-2 Primary Metrics.  Total Price  Data Protection Level  Reported Data for each SPC Test: Large File Processing (LFP), Large Database Query (LDQ), and Video on Demand Delivery (VOD) Test. SPC-2 Reported Data IBM XIV ® Storage System SPC-2 ASU Capacity Data SPC-2 MBPS™ Price-Performance (GB) Total Price Protection Level 7,467.99 $152.34 154,618.823 $1,137,641.30 Protected (Mirroring) The above SPC-2 MBPS™ value represents the aggregate data rate of all three SPC-2 workloads: Large File Processing (LFP), Large Database Query (LDQ), and Video On Demand (VOD) SPC-2 Large File Processing (LFP) Reported Data Data Rate Number of Data Rate (MB/second) Streams per Stream Price-Performance LFP Composite 8,259.94 $137.73 Write Only: 1024 KiB Transfer 6,724.35 576 11.67 256 KiB Transfer 6,766.87 576 11.75 Read-Write: 1024 KiB Transfer 8,246.33 576 14.32 256 KiB Transfer 8,197.50 576 14.23 Read Only: 1024 KiB Transfer 9,416.48 576 16.35 256 KiB Transfer 10,208.08 576 17.72 The above SPC-2 Data Rate value for LFP Composite represents the aggregate performance of all three LFP Test Phases: (Write Only, Read-Write, and Read Only). SPC-2 Large Database Query (LDQ) Reported Data Data Rate Number of Data Rate (MB/second) Streams per Stream Price-Performance LDQ Composite 9,740.03 $116.80 1024 KiB Transfer Size 4 I/Os Outstanding 9,496.90 576 16.49 1 I/O Outstanding 9,422.03 576 16.36 64 KiB Transfer Size 4 I/Os Outstanding 10,069.26 576 17.48 1 I/O Outstanding 9,971.93 576 17.31 The above SPC-2 Data Rate value for LDQ Composite represents the aggregate performance of the two LDQ Test Phases: (1024 KiB and 64 KiB Transfer Sizes). SPC-2 Video On Demand (VOD) Reported Data Data Rate Number of Data Rate (MB/second) Streams per Stream Price-Performance 4,404.00 5,600 0.79 $258.32SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  15. 15. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 15 of 105SPC-2 MBPS™ represents the aggregate data rate, in megabytes per second, of all threeSPC-2 workloads: Large File Processing (LFP), Large Database Query (LDQ), and Video onDemand (VOD).ASU (Application Storage Unit) Capacity represents the total storage capacity read andwritten in the course of executing the SPC-2 benchmark.A Data Protection Level of Protected using Mirroring configures two or more identicalcopies of user data.Storage Capacities and RelationshipsThe following diagram (not to scale) and table document the various storage capacities,used in this benchmark, and their relationships, as well as the storage utilization valuesrequired to be reported. Sparing – 35,457.992 GB Unused Capacity – 3,179.727 GB Unused Capacity – 3,352.277 GB Global Storage Overhead – 5,491.891 GB Application Storage Unit (ASU) Capacity 154,618.823 GB Data Protection (Mirroring) 157.971.099 GB 90 SPC-2 Logical Volumes, 1,755.234 GB per volume (includes 3,352.277 GB of Unused Capacity) Addressable Storage Capacity 157,971.099 GB Configured Storage Capacity 351,400.190 GBSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  16. 16. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 16 of 105 SPC-1 Storage Capacity Utilization Application Utilization 42.94% Protected Application Utilization 85.55% Unused Storage Ratio 2.75%Application Utilization: Total ASU Capacity (154,618.823 GB) divided by PhysicalStorage Capacity (360,071.808 GB)Protected Application Utilization: (Total ASU Capacity (154,618.823 GB) plus totalData Protection Capacity (157,971.099 GB) minus unused Data Protection Capacity(3,352.277 GB) divided by Physical Storage Capacity (360,071.808 GB).Unused Storage Ratio: Total Unused Capacity (9,884.280 GB) divided by PhysicalStorage Capacity (360,071.808 GB) and may not exceed 45%.Detailed information for the various storage capacities and utilizations is available onpages 24-25 of this document.Differences between the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) and PricedStorage ConfigurationThere were no differences between the TSC and Priced Storage Configuration.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  17. 17. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 17 of 105SPC-2/E Reported DataThe initial temperature, recorded during the first one minute of the SPC-2/E Idle Test was72F. The final temperature, recorded during the last one minute of the SPC-2/E LargeDatabase Query (LDQ) Test was 67F. Power Environment Average RMS Voltage: 209.83 Average Power Factor: 0.978 Usage Profile Nominal Hours of Use per Day Power Traffic Ratio Heat Heavy Moderate Idle watts MBPS MBPS/w BTU/hr Low Daily Usage: 0 8 16 6049.33 2185.53 0.36 20,640.91 Medium Daily Usage: 4 14 6 6134.88 5129.80 0.84 20,932.84 High Daily Usage: 18 6 0 6209.13 7512.21 1.21 21,186.16 Composite Metrics: 6,131.11 4,942.51 0.81 Annual Energy Use, kWh: 53,708.55 Energy Cost, $/kWh: $ 0.12 Annual Energy Cost, $: $ 6,445.03HEAVY SPC-2 Workload: 6,220.98W at a data rate of 7,830.75 MB/s.MODERATE SPC-2 Workload: 6,556.58W at a data rate of 6,556.58 MB/sIDLE SPC-2 Workload: 5,987.20W at data rate of zero (0).The above usage profile describes conditions in environments that respectively impose light(Low Daily Usage), moderate (Medium Daily Usage), and extensive (High Daily Usage) demandson the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC). The data in this profile represents thecombined results of all three SPC-2 workloads: Large File Processing (LFP), LargeDatabase Query (LDQ) and Video on Demand Delivery (VOD).The detailed SPC-2/E Reported Data and associated charts for each workload, including theIdle Test, are available in this document, via the hyperlinks listed below:  The SPC-2/E Idle Test chart  SPC-2/E Large File Processing (LFP) Reported Data table and associated charts  SPC-2/E Large Database Query (LDQ) Reported Data table and associated charts  SPC-2/E Video on Demand Delivery (VOD) Reported Data table and associated chartsThe definitions, listed below, for the remaining items in the above SPC-2/E Reported Datatable, are identical for the SPC-2/E Reported Data tables for each of the three individualSPC-2 workloads: LFP, LDQ and VOD.AVERAGE RMS VOLTAGE: The average supply voltage applied to the Tested StorageProduct (TSP) as measured during the Measurement Intervals of the SPC-2 Tests.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  18. 18. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 18 of 105AVERAGE POWER FACTOR: The ratio of average real power, in watts, to the averageapparent power, in volt-amps flowing into the Tested Storage Product (TSP) during theMeasurement Intervals of the SPC-2 Tests.NOMINAL POWER, W: The average power consumption over the course of a day (24hours), taking into account hourly load variations.NOMINAL TRAFFIC, MBPS: The average data rate over the course of a day (24 hours),taking into account hourly load variations.NOMINAL MBPS/W: The overall efficiency with which the reported data rate can besupported, reflected by the ratio of NOMINAL TRAFFIC versus the NOMINAL POWER.NOMINAL HEAT, BTU/HR: The average amount of heat required to be dissipated over thecourse of a day (24 hours), taking into account hourly load variations. (1 watt = 3.412BTU/hr)COMPOSITE METRICS: The aggregated NOMINAL POWER, NOMINAL TRAFFIC, andNOMINAL MBPS/W for all three environments: LOW, MEDIUM, and HIGH DAILY USAGE.ANNUAL ENERGY USE, KWH: An estimate of the average energy use across the threeenvironments over the course of a year and computed as (NOMINAL POWER * 24 *0.365).ENERGY COST, $/KWH: A standardized energy cost per kilowatt hour.ANNUAL ENERGY COST: An estimate of the annual energy use across the threeenvironments over the course of a year and computed as (ANNUAL ENERGY USE * ENERGYCOST).SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  19. 19. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 19 of 105Priced Storage Configuration Pricing Extended PriceDescription Qty Unit Price Discount with discountIBM XIV Storage System Model GEN3 1 $183,195.00 70.00% $54,958.502TB Interface Module w/12 2 TB drives 6 $122,430.00 70.00% $220,374.002TB Data Module w/12 2 TB drives 9 $122,430.00 70.00% $330,561.00Modem 1 $1,000.00 70.00% $300.00US/CA/LA/AP 60A pin cord 1 $3,000.00 70.00% $900.00Module Software License 15 $41,800.00 60.00% $250,800.00Module Software Maintenance (3 years) 15 $16,720.00 60.00% $100,320.00Monthly maintenance (XIV hardware) 36 $8,511.00 70.00% $91,918.808 Gbps FC switch w/24 port active, 24 SFPs 2 $12,870.00 20.00% $20,592.003 year warranty extension (switch) 2 $2,330.00 20.00% $3,728.00Short wave 25 m fibre channel cable 36 $189.00 20.00% $5,443.20HBA (dual port 8 Gbps FC) 18 $4,583.00 30.00% $57,745.80Total price $1,137,641.30The following pricing includes the following:  Acknowledgement of new and existing hardware and/or software problems within four hours.  Onsite presence of a qualified maintenance engineer or provision of a customer replaceable part within four hours of the above acknowledgement for any hardware failure that results in an inoperative Priced Storage Configuration component.Differences between the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) and PricedStorage ConfigurationThere were no differences between the TSC and Priced Storage Configuration.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  20. 20. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 20 of 105Priced Storage Configuration Diagram IBM XIV® Storage System 6 – 2TB Interface Modules 9 – 2TB Data Modules (12 – disk drives/module) 180 – 2 TB 7200 RPM SAS disk drives 8 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 8 – 8 Gbps connections 8 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 8 – 8 Gbps connections 2 – IBM 2498-B24 FC 8 Gbps Switches 2 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 2 – 8 Gbps connectionsPriced Storage Configuration Components Priced Storage Configuration 18 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs IBM XIV® Storage System 360 GiB memory/cache 6 – 2 TB Interface Modules 9 – 2 TB Data Modules 24 – 8 Gbps FC front-end connections (18 used) 30 – 4x6 Gbps SAS backend connections (30 used) 180 – 2 TB 7200 RPM SAS disk drive (12 per interface and data module) 2 – IBM 2498-B24 FC 8Gbps switches 36 – Short Wave 25m fibre channel cablesSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  21. 21. CONFIGURATION INFORMATION Page 21 of 105CONFIGURATION INFORMATIONThis portion of the Full Disclosure Report documents and illustrates the detailedinformation necessary to recreate the Benchmark Configuration (BC), including the TestedStorage Configuration (TSC), so that the SPC-2 benchmark result produced by the BC maybe independently reproduced.In each of the following sections of this document, the appropriate Full Disclosure Reportrequirement, from the SPC-2 benchmark specification, is stated in italics followed by theinformation to fulfill the stated requirement.Benchmark Configuration (BC)/Tested Storage Configuration (TSC)DiagramClause 10.6.6The FDR will contain a one page BC/TSC diagram that illustrates all major components of theBC/TSC.The Benchmark Configuration (BC)/Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) is illustrated onpage 22.Storage Network ConfigurationClause 10.6.6.1If a storage network was configured as a part of the Tested Storage Configuration and the BenchmarkConfiguration described in Clause 10.6.6 contains a high-level illustration of the networkconfiguration, the Executive Summary will contain a one page topology diagram of the storagenetwork as illustrated in Figure 10.11.The Benchmark Configuration (BC)/Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) was configuredwith local storage and, as such, did not employ a storage network.Host System and Tested Storage Configuration TableClause 10.6.6.2The FDR will contain a table that lists the major components of each Host System and the TestedStorage Configuration.The components that comprise each Host System and the Tested Storage Configuration arelisted in the table that appears on page 22.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  22. 22. CONFIGURATION INFORMATION Page 22 of 105Benchmark Configuration/Tested Storage Configuration Diagram IBM XIV® Storage System 6 – 2TB Interface Modules 9 – 2TB Data Modules (12 – disk drives/module) 180 – 2 TB 7200 RPM SAS disk drives IBM Power 770 server 8 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 8 – 8 Gbps connections IBM Power 770 server 8 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 8 – 8 Gbps connections 2 – IBM 2498-B24 FC 8 Gbps Switches IBM Power 770 server 2 – dual-port 8 Gbps FC HBAs 220V AC 2 – 8 Gbps connections Yokogawa WT230 Power MeterHost System and Tested Storage Configuration Components Host System3: Tested Storage Configuration (TSC): 18 – dual-port 8 Gbps HBAs 3 – IBM Power 770 servers, each with (8 HBAs in each of 2 Host Systems 8 – 3.3 GHz Power7 processor modules 2 HBAs in the third Host System) 8 cores per processor modules IBM XIV® Storage System 256 KB L2 cache per core 360 GiB memory/cache 4 MB L3 cache per core (eDram) 6 – 2 TB Interface Modules 256 GiB main memory 9 – 2 TB Data Modules AIX 7.1 24 – 8 Gbps FC front-end connections (18 used) PCIe 30 – 4x6 Gbps SAS backend connection (30 used) Other BC Components: 180 – 2 TB, 7200 RPM, SAS disk drives 1 – Yokogawa WT230 Digital Power Meter (12 disk drives per interface and data module) 2 – IBM 2498-B24 FC 8 Gbps switches 36 – Short Wave 25m fibre channel cablesSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  23. 23. CONFIGURATION INFORMATION Page 23 of 105Customer Tunable Parameters and OptionsClause 10.6.6.1All Benchmark Configuration (BC) components with customer tunable parameter and options thathave been altered from their default values must be listed in the FDR. The FDR entry for each of thosecomponents must include both the name of the component and the altered value of the parameter oroption. If the parameter name is not self-explanatory to a knowledgeable practitioner, a briefdescription of the parameter’s use must also be included in the FDR entry.“Appendix B: Customer Tunable Parameters and Options” on page 89 contains thecustomer tunable parameters and options that have been altered from their default valuesfor this benchmark.Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) DescriptionClause 10.6.6.2The Full Disclosure Report must include sufficient information to recreate the logical representationof the Tested Storage Configuration (TSC). In addition to customer tunable parameters and options(Clause10.6.6.1), that information must include, at a minimum:  A diagram and/or description of the following:  All physical components that comprise the TSC. Those components are also illustrated in the BC Configuration Diagram in Clause 10.6.5.7 and the Storage Network Configuration Diagram in Clause 10.6.5.8.  The logical representation of the TSC, configured from the above components that will be presented to the SPC-2 Workload Generator.  Listings of scripts used to create the logical representation of the TSC.  If scripts were not used, a description of the process used with sufficient detail to recreate the logical representation of the TSC.“Appendix C: Tested Storage Configuration (TSC) Creation” on page 90 contains thedetailed information that describes how to create and configure the logical TSC.SPC-2 Workload Generator Storage ConfigurationClause 10.6.6.3The Full Disclosure Report will include all SPC-2 Workload Generator storage configurationcommands and parameters used in the SPC-2 benchmark measurement.The SPC-2 Workload Generator storage configuration commands and parameters for thismeasurement appear in “Appendix D: SPC-2 Workload Generator Storage Commands andParameters” on page 97.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  24. 24. DATA REPOSITORY Page 24 of 105SPC-2 DATA REPOSITORYThis portion of the Full Disclosure Report presents the detailed information that fullydocuments the various SPC-2 storage capacities and mappings used in the Tested StorageConfiguration. “SPC-2 Data Repository Definitions” on page 84 contains definitions of termsspecific to the SPC-2 Data Repository.In each of the following sections of this document, the appropriate Full Disclosure Reportrequirement, from the SPC-2 benchmark specification, is stated in italics followed by theinformation to fulfill the stated requirement.SPC-2 Storage Capacities and RelationshipsTwo tables and an illustration documenting the storage capacities and relationships of theSPC-2 Storage Hierarchy (Clause 2.1) shall be included in the FDR.SPC-2 Storage Capacities SPC-2 Storage Capacities Storage Hierarchy Component Units Capacity Total ASU Capacity Gigabytes (GB) 154,618.823 Addressable Storage Capacity Gigabytes (GB) 157,971.099 Configured Storage Capacity Gigabytes (GB) 351,400.190 Physical Storage Capacity Gigabytes (GB) 360,071.808 Data Protection (Mirroring) Gigabytes (GB) 157,971.099 Required Storage (sparing) Gigabytes (GB) 35,457.992 Global Storage Overhead Gigabytes (GB) 5,491.891 Total Unused Storage Gigabytes (GB) 9,884.280SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  25. 25. DATA REPOSITORY Page 25 of 105SPC-2 Storage Hierarchy Ratios Addressable Configured Physical Storage Storage Storage Capacity Capacity Capacity Total ASU Capacity 97.88% 44.00% 42.94% Data Protection (Mirroring) 44.95% 43.87% Addressable Storage Capacity 44.95% 43.87% Required Storage (sparing) 10.09% 9.85% Configured Storage Capacity 97.59% Global Storage Overhead 1.53% Unused Storage: Addressable 2.12% Configured 0.00% Physical 0.88%The Physical Storage Capacity consisted of 360,071.080 GB distributed over 180 disk driveseach with a formatted capacity of 2,000.399 GB. There was 3,179.727 GB (0.88%) of UnusedStorage within the Physical Storage Capacity. Global Storage Overhead consisted of5,491.891 GB (1.53%) of the Physical Storage Capacity. There was 0.000 GB (0.00%) ofUnused Storage within the Configured Storage Capacity. The Total ASU Capacity utilized97.88% of the Addressable Storage Capacity resulting in 3,352.277 GB (2.12%) of UnusedStorage within the Addressable Storage Capacity. The Data Protection (Mirroring) capacitywas 157,971.099 GB of which 154,618.823 GB was utilized. The total Unused Storage was9,884.280 GB.SPC-2 Storage Capacities and Relationships IllustrationThe various storage capacities configured in the benchmark result are illustrated below (notto scale). Sparing – 35,457.992 GB Unused Capacity – 3,179.727 GB Unused Capacity – 3,352.277 GB Global Storage Overhead – 5,491.891 GB Application Storage Unit (ASU) Capacity 154,618.823 GB Data Protection (Mirroring) 157.971.099 GB 90 SPC-2 Logical Volumes, 1,755.234 GB per volume (includes 3,352.277 GB of Unused Capacity) Addressable Storage Capacity 157,971.099 GB Configured Storage Capacity 351,400.190 GBSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  26. 26. DATA REPOSITORY Page 26 of 105Storage Capacity UtilizationClause 10.6.8.2The FDR will include a table illustrating the storage capacity utilization values defined forApplication Utilization (Clause 2.8.1), Protected Application Utilization (Clause 2.8.2), and UnusedStorage Ratio (Clause 2.8.3).Clause 2,8.1Application Utilization is defined as Total ASU Capacity divided by Physical Storage Capacity.Clause 2,8.2Protected Application Utilization is defined as (Total ASU Capacity plus total Data ProtectionCapacity minus unused Data Protection Capacity) divided by Physical Storage Capacity.Clause 2,8.3Unused Storage Ratio is defined as Total Unused Capacity divided by Physical Storage Capacityand may not exceed 45%. SPC-1 Storage Capacity Utilization Application Utilization 42.95% Protected Application Utilization 85.88% Unused Storage Ratio 2.75%Logical Volume Capacity and ASU MappingClause 10.6.7.2A table illustrating the capacity of the Application Storage Unit (ASU) and the mapping of LogicalVolumes to ASU will be provided in the FDR. Capacity must be stated in gigabytes (GB) as a valuewith a minimum of two digits to the right of the decimal point. Each Logical Volume will besequenced in the table from top to bottom per its position in the contiguous address space of the ASU.Each Logical Volume entry will list its total capacity, the portion of that capacity used for the ASU,and any unused capacity. Logical Volume (LV) Capacity and Mapping ASU (154,618.823 GB) Total Capacity Capacity Capacity (GB) Used (GB) Unused (GB) Logical Volumes 1-90 1,755.234 per LV 1,717.987 per LV 37.248 per LVSee the Storage Definition (sd) entries in “Appendix D: SPC-2 Workload Generator StorageCommands and Parameters” on page 97 for more detailed configuration information.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  27. 27. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 27 of 105SPC-2 TESTS, TEST PHASES, TEST RUN SEQUENCES, AND TEST RUNSSPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTSThis portion of the Full Disclosure Report documents the results of the various SPC-2 Test,Test Phases, Test Run Sequences, and Test Runs. “SPC-2 Test Execution Definitions” onpage 85 contains definitions of terms specific to the SPC-2 Data Repository.In each of the following sections of this document, the appropriate Full Disclosure Reportrequirement, from the SPC-2 benchmark specification, is stated in italics followed by theinformation to fulfill the stated requirement.SPC-2 Tests, Test Phases, Test Run Sequences, and Test RunsThe SPC-2 benchmark consists of the following Tests, Test Phases, Test Run Sequences,and Test Runs: Data Persistence Test  Data Persistence Test Run 1  Data Persistence Test Run 2 Large File Processing Test  WRITE ONLY Test Phase  Test Run Sequence 1  Test Run 1 – 1024 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 2 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 3 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 4 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 5 – 1024 KiB Transfer – single (1) Stream  Test Run Sequence 2  Test Run 6 – 256 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 7 – 256 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 8 – 256 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 9 – 256 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 10 – 256 KiB Transfer – single (1) Stream  READ-WRITE Test Phase  Test Run Sequence 3  Test Run 11 – 1024 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 12 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 13 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 14 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 15 – 1024 KiB Transfer – single (1) Stream  Test Run Sequence 4  Test Run 16 – 256 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 17 – 256 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 18 – 256 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 19 – 256 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 20 – 256 KiB Transfer – single (1) StreamSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  28. 28. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 28 of 105SPC-2 TESTS, TEST PHASES, TEST RUN SEQUENCES, AND TEST RUNS Large File Processing Test (continued)  READ ONLY Test Phase  Test Run Sequence 5  Test Run 21 – 1024 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 22 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 21’s Streams value  Test Run 23 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 21’s Streams value  Test Run 24 – 1024 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 21’s Streams value  Test Run 25 – 1024 KiB Transfer – single (1) Stream  Test Run Sequence 6  Test Run 26 – 256 KiB Transfer – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 27 – 256 KiB Transfer – 50% of Test Run 26’s Streams value  Test Run 28 – 256 KiB Transfer – 25% of Test Run 26’s Streams value  Test Run 29 – 256 KiB Transfer – 12.5% of Test Run 26’s Streams value  Test Run 30 – 256 KiB Transfer – single (1) Stream Large Database Query Test  1024 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Test Phase  Test Run Sequence 1  Test Run 1 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 2 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 50% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 3 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 25% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 4 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 12.5% of Test Run 1’s Streams value  Test Run 5 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – single (1) Stream  Test Run Sequence 2  Test Run 6 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 7 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 50% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 8 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 25% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 9 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 12.5% of Test Run 6’s Streams value  Test Run 10 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – single (1) Stream  64 KIB TRANSFER SIZE Test Phase  Test Run Sequence 3  Test Run 11 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 12 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 50% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 13 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 25% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 14 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – 12.5% of Test Run 11’s Streams value  Test Run 15 – 4 I/O Requests Outstanding – single (1) Stream  Test Run Sequence 4  Test Run 16 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – maximum number of Streams  Test Run 17 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 50% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 18 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 25% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 19 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – 12.5% of Test Run 16’s Streams value  Test Run 20 – 1 I/O Request Outstanding – single (1) Stream Video on Demand Delivery Test  Video on Demand Delivery Test RunSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  29. 29. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 29 of 105SPC-2 TESTS, TEST PHASES, TEST RUN SEQUENCES, AND TEST RUNSEach Test is an atomic unit that must be executed from start to finish before any otherTest, Test Phase, or Test Run may be executed. The Tests may be executed in anysequence.The results from each Test, Test Phase, and Test Run are listed below along with a moredetailed explanation of each component.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  30. 30. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 30 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTLarge File Processing TestClause 6.4.2.1The Large File Processing Test consists of the I/O operations associated with the type of applications,in a wide range of fields, which require simple sequential processing of one or more large files.Specific examples of those types of applications include scientific computing and large-scale financialprocessingClause 6.4.2.2The Large File Processing Test has three Test Phases, which shall be executed in the followinguninterrupted sequence: 1. WRITE ONLY 2. READ-WRITE 3. READ ONLYThe BC shall not be restarted or manually disturbed, altered, or adjusted during the execution of theLarge File Processing Test. If power is lost to the BC during this Test all results shall be renderedinvalid and the Test re-run in its entirety.Clause 10.6.8.1The Full Disclosure Report will contain the following content for the Large File Processing Test: 1. A listing of the SPC-2 Workload Generator commands and parameters used to execute each of the Test Runs in the Large File Processing Test. 2. The human readable SPC-2 Test Results File for each of the Test Runs in the Large File Processing Test. 3. A table that contains the following information for each Test Run in all three Test Phases of the Large File Processing Test:  The number Streams specified.  The Ramp-Up duration in seconds.  The Measurement Interval duration in seconds.  The average data rate, in MB per second, for the Measurement Interval.  The average data rate, in MB per second, per Stream for the Measurement Interval. 4. Average Data Rate and Average Data Rate per Stream graphs as defined in Clauses 10.1.1 and 10.1.2.SPC-2 Workload Generator Commands and ParametersThe SPC-2 Workload Generator commands and parameters for the Large File ProcessingTest Runs are documented in “Appendix E: SPC-2 Workload Generator ExecutionCommands and Parameters” on Page 105.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  31. 31. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 31 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Test Results FileA link to the SPC-2 Test Results file generated from the Large File Processing Test Runs islisted below.SPC-2 Large File Processing Test Results FileSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rates (MB/s)The average Data Rate (MB/s) for each Test Run in the three Test Phases of the SPC-2Large File Processing Test is listed in the table below as well as illustrated in the followinggraph. Test Run Sequence 1 Stream 72 Streams 144 Streams 288 Streams 576 Streams Write 1024KiB 385.86 6,558.35 6,705.41 6,729.34 6,724.35 Write 256KiB 283.50 6,529.16 6,760.31 6,772.98 6,766.87 Read/Write 1024KiB 328.74 6,296.42 6,788.58 7,720.28 8,246.33 Read/Write 256KiB 272.44 6,263.37 6,876.32 7,999.12 8,197.50 Read 1024KiB 162.27 5,393.86 7,112.67 8,534.53 9,416.48 Read 256KiB 209.91 5,732.63 7,418.47 8,848.97 10,208.08SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  32. 32. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 32 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rates Graph Large File Processing - Data Rate 576 Streams, 6,724.35 M B /s 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 6,729.34 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 6,705.41M B /s 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 6,558.35 M B /s 1Stream, 385.86 M B /s 576 Streams, 6,766.87 M B /s 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 6,772.98 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 6,760.31M B /s 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 6,529.1 M B /s 6 1Stream, 283.50 M B /s 576 Streams, 8,246.33 M B /s 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 7,720.28 M B /s with 1 Streams, 6,788.58 M B /s 44 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 6,296.42 M B /s 50% Write operations 1Stream, 328.74 M B /s 576 Streams, 8,197.50 M B /s 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 7,999.1 M B /s 2 with 1 Streams, 6,876.32 M B /s 44 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 6,263.37 M B /s 50% Write operations 1Stream, 272.44 M B /s 576 Streams, 9,416.48 M B /s 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 8,534.53 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 7,1 2.67 M B /s 44 1 Read operations 72 Streams, 5,393.86 M B /s 1Stream, 162.27 M B /s 576 Streams, 1 0,208.08 M B /s 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 8,848.97 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 7,41 44 8.47 M B /s Read operations 72 Streams, 5,732.63 M B /s 1Stream, 209.91M B /s 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Data Rate, MB/secSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  33. 33. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 33 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rate per StreamThe average Data Rate per Stream for each Test Run in the three Test Phases of the SPC-2Large File Processing Test is listed in the table below as well as illustrated in the followinggraph. Test Run Sequence 1 Stream 72 Streams 144 Streams 288 Streams 576 Streams Write 1024KiB 385.86 91.09 46.57 23.37 11.67 Write 256KiB 283.50 90.68 46.95 23.52 11.75 Read/Write 1024KiB 328.74 87.45 47.14 26.81 14.32 Read/Write 256KiB 272.44 86.99 47.75 27.77 14.23 Read 1024KiB 162.27 74.91 49.39 29.63 16.35 Read 256KiB 209.91 79.62 51.52 30.73 17.72SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  34. 34. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 34 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Data Rate per Stream Graph Large File Processing - Data Rate per Stream 576 Streams, 1 .67 M B /s 1 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 23.37 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 46.57 M B /s 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 91 M B /s .09 1Stream, 385.86 M B /s 576 Streams, 1 .75 M B /s 1 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 23.52 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 46.95 M B /s 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 90.68 M B /s 1Stream, 283.50 M B /s 576 Streams, 14.32 M B /s 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 26.81M B /s with 1 Streams, 47.1 M B /s 44 4 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 87.45 M B /s 50% Write operations 1Stream, 328.74 M B /s 576 Streams, 14.23 M B /s 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 27.77 M B /s with 1 Streams, 47.75 M B /s 44 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 86.99 M B /s 50% Write operations 1Stream, 272.44 M B /s 576 Streams, 16.35 M B /s 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 29.63 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 49.39 M B /s 44 Read operations 72 Streams, 74.91M B /s 1Stream, 162.27 M B /s 576 Streams, 17.72 M B /s 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 30.73 M B /s with only 1 Streams, 51 M B /s 44 .52 Read operations 72 Streams, 79.62 M B /s 1Stream, 209.91M B /s 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Data Rate, MB/secSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  35. 35. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 35 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Response TimeThe average Response Time, milliseconds (ms), for each Test Run in the three Test Phasesof the SPC-2 Large File Processing Test is listed in the table below as well as illustrated inthe following graph. Test Run Sequence 1 Stream 72 Streams 144 Streams 288 Streams 576 Streams Write 1024KiB 2.71 11.50 22.51 44.87 89.80 Write 256KiB 0.92 2.88 5.58 11.14 22.31 Read/Write 1024KiB 3.19 11.99 22.24 39.12 73.42 Read/Write 256KiB 0.96 3.01 5.49 9.44 18.50 Read 1024KiB 6.52 14.00 21.24 35.42 64.20 Read 256KiB 1.25 3.29 5.09 8.53 14.80SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  36. 36. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 36 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TESTSPC-2 Large File Processing Average Response Time Graph Large File Processing - Average Response Time 576 Streams, 89.80 ms 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 44.87 ms with only 1 Streams, 22.51ms 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 1 .50 ms 1 1Stream, 2.71ms 576 Streams, 22.31ms 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 1 .1 ms 14 with only 1 Streams, 5.58 ms 44 Write operations 72 Streams, 2.88 ms 1Stream, 0.92 ms 576 Streams, 73.42 ms 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 39.1 ms 2 with 1 Streams, 22.24 ms 44 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 1 .99 ms 1 50% Write operations 1Stream, 3.1 ms 9 576 Streams, 18.50 ms 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 9.44 ms with 1 Streams, 5.49 ms 44 50% Read operations 72 Streams, 3.01ms 50% Write operations 1Stream, 0.96 ms 576 Streams, 64.20 ms 1024KiB transfers 288 Streams, 35.42 ms with only 1 Streams, 21 ms 44 .24 Read operations 72 Streams, 14.00 ms 1Stream, 6.52 ms 576 Streams, 14.80 ms 256KiB transfers 288 Streams, 8.53 ms with only 1 Streams, 5.09 ms 44 Read operations 72 Streams, 3.29 ms 1Stream, 1 ms .25 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Response Time, msSPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3
  37. 37. SPC-2 TEST EXECUTION RESULTS Page 37 of 105LARGE FILE PROCESSING TEST – WRITE ONLY TEST PHASELarge File Processing Test – WRITE ONLY Test PhaseClause 10.6.8.1.1 1. A table that will contain the following information for each ”WRITE ONLY, 1024 KiB Transfer Size” Test Run:  The number of Streams specified.  The average data rate, average data rate per stream, and average Response Time reported at five second intervals. 2. Average Data Rate (intervals), Average Data Rate per Stream (intervals), and Average Response Time (intervals) graphs for the “WRITE ONLY, 1024 KiB Transfer Size” Test Runs as specified in Clauses 10.1.4 – 10.1.6. 3. A table that will contain the following information for each ”WRITE ONLY, 256 KiB Transfer Size” Test Run:  The number of Streams specified.  The average data rate, average data rate per stream, and average Response Time reported at five second intervals. 4. Average Data Rate (intervals), Average Data Rate per Stream (intervals), and Average Response Time (intervals) graphs for the “WRITE ONLY, 256 KiB Transfer Size” Test Runs as specified in Clauses 10.1.4 – 10.1.6.The SPC-2 “Large File Processing/WRITE ONLY/1024 KiB Transfer Size” and “Large FileProcessing/WRITE ONLY/256 KiB Transfer Size” data tables are not embedded in thisdocument due to size. The tables are available via the URLs listed below:SPC-2 “Large File Processing/Write Only/1024 KiB Transfer Size” Test Run DataSPC-2 “Large File Processing/Write Only/256 KiB Transfer Size” Test Run DataThe corresponding graphs to illustrate the average Data Rate, average Data Rate perStream, and average Response Time produced by each of the Test Runs appear on next fourpages.SPC BENCHMARK 2/ENERGY™ V1.4 FULL DISCLOSURE REPORT Submitted for Review: OCTOBER 19, 2011IBM Corporation Submission Identifier: BE00001IBM XIV® Storage System Gen3

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